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5 Green Companies with Amazing Environmental Initiatives

  1. Patagonia – People have long known Patagonia as an activist and environmentally conscious company focused on conservation. It’s one of the largest funders of environmentalist causes, and it gives 1% of all sales to ecological grants and organizations. Plus, Patagonia encourages its customers to buy and sell their worn wear, and it even repairs used clothing so other consumers can wear it. 
  2. IKEA – Although IKEA is known for DIY and less-expensive furniture, it’s also a leader in sustainability efforts. This green company has new products that help people cut their electricity and water use, such as a tap nozzle. It has also introduced eco-friendly materials into the production process, which will lower costs and help the environment. 
  3. Honda – Equating cars with sustainability doesn’t always compute with some consumers, but Honda is changing the narrative and becoming a sustainable company. It has a goal to reduce CO2 emissions by 30% from the motorcycles, automobiles and power products it produces when comparing levels from 2000 to 2020. Its big project is triple zero-zero CO2 emissions using renewable power, zero energy risks and zero resource and disposal risks. 
  4. Disney – As far as sustainable companies go, Disney is a giant. It uses zero net direct greenhouse gas emission policies in all of its facilities. It’s also trying to reduce electrical and water consumption, which will reduce indirect greenhouse gas emissions. Technology helps Disney save water and lower its manufacturing and distribution footprint as well. 
  5. Nike – Nike has an entire line of sustainable products featuring materials such as recycled polyester. It also uses renewable energy during manufacturing processes while encouraging many of its suppliers to develop environmental policies. The Nike Grind Program eliminates waste by collecting post-consumer athletic shoes that do not contain certain nonrecyclable materials. Nike then reuses parts of the sneaker to make other items, such as materials for weight room floors and baseball fields.

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